Photofusion is London's largest independent photography resource centre.
We are unique for the breadth of our work and services providing access to a full range of services and facilities including a fully-equipped studio, darkrooms, exhibition production, film processing, digital hire facilities, and a full range of courses for professional, student and amateur photographers. We also run a number of community outreach projects within Lambeth.
Situated in the vibrant heart of Brixton, Photofusion's photo-digital facilities continue to draw visitors into an exciting and rapidly changing area. As Brixton's most prestigious gallery space, our exhibitions alone are expected this year to attract 30,000 visitors.
Founded in 1984 as the Photo Co-op, Photofusion has metamorphosed from a small collective of documentary photographers through a number of identities through successful fundraising campaigns, to become a leading resource for all types of photographers. In recognition of this role, we receive regular funding from the Arts Council, and consolidate this grant with income from our commercial activities.
Photofusion aims to promote a ladder of educational opportunity through courses, workshops and seminars. We are moving increasingly into the field of training for disenchanted young people who may have been alienated by formal education, and are working in collaboration with a number of community and arts organisations to help people access arts training and gain skills for the workplace.
Photofusion's position as a leading photography resource necessitates a close relationship with the development of digital media in order to offer artists the best possible facilities for innovative arts production. Photofusion now offers expanded digital and darkroom facilities and improved disability access